**There is a 2 yard minimum purchase required to buy this fabric online**
Use for recovering chairs, or for seating in RV's and boats. Can also be used as an extra-durable tablecover. Durable, plus UV & mildew resistant. Made in Columbia. Glossy vinyl face with a knitted polyester backing. Clean with mild soap & water.
I purchased this material to have our kitchen chairs reupholstered. They turned out beautiful. It looks so much like leather and it's soft and supple. I had it done a couple months ago and I'm so pleased with the results.
I also made a tablecloth from this vinyl. Thanks to the lady who recommended it. This is so much nicer than anything I've seen in the stores and I made it to fit perfectly. We have a 3 year old and this turned out so well that we're going to recover the seats of our dining chairs too. It's not Martha Stewart, but what is? A few years of not worrying about spills is good for me.
I use this as a table cloth. It's fantastic. Just throw it in the washing machine and then the dryer. Take out and jfold or put on table while warm. Dries in minutes. I turn it over when we play cards and dominos because they move better on the wrong side. I've recommended this material to many friends and they all love it. It's so much nicer than those flannelback table cloths. Try it, you'll like it. Just because it says Marine doesn't mean you have to use it on a boat. Bonnie
I bought 4 yards of this on sale once for a pretty good deal. It's kept up through the years and is easy to clean. I use it for photographic backdrops on a budget. You can fold it without wrinkles, you can roll it, and you can tape it without damaging it. Great, durable material. No noticeable texture (white) if you shoot at ~f/5.6 or wider.
Great material, especially for the price. I'm currently remodeling my galley in my Sea ray sundancer boat. East to work with, and looks extremely professional!
I read all the reviews and decided if it was good enough for boats it would be great for my 6 kitchen chair seats...They came out beautiful...just took out the 4 secrews on the bottom of the seat and used hubby's staple gun to apply and wow...what an update..and now when the grands come over I can just wipe, not worry about the cloth that was on their before...
Our boat seats needed to be recovered and we got a quote of $600 to have 4 seats done. The material in the quote was $30 a yard. I did out seat for under $100 and I have a friend that wants me to do his too. It sewed well and cleans up well.
I purchased this fabric to make a cover for our large outside air conditioner which is an odd size. It sewed up really well and it looks fantastic. Would recommend this to anyone for outdoor use. My son is thinking about purchasing this same fabric to do over the seats in his MG. A lot less expensive than leather, but it looks so much like leather.